Nexaweb Technologies, Inc. provider of the leading software framework for building and deploying Rich Internet Applications (RIAs), today announced it has joined the Eclipse Foundation, a not-for-profit industry organization committed to developing and promoting the open-source Eclipse universal development environment. As an Eclipse Foundation Add-In Provider, Nexaweb continues to participate in the open-source community and to align its industry-leading (RIA) software tools with the Eclipse community's leading-edge efforts to enhance developer productivity in building and deploying next-generation enterprise-class rich Internet applications.
Nexaweb's Eclipse-based integrated development environment (IDE), Nexaweb Studio, has supported the Eclipse open-source development platform since 2003, providing a robust tool set for developers to build rich Internet applications without compromising performance and functionality. Demonstrating ongoing support of the Eclipse Foundation, the current version of Nexaweb Studio is fully integrated with the soon-to-be-released Eclipse Web Tools Platform. This early integration effort will further increase developer productivity in building, integrating and delivering business-critical Internet applications by leveraging the flexible and extendible capabilities of the Nexaweb Studio.
"The goal of the Eclipse Foundation is to foster development advancements within the open source community," said Mike Milinkovich, executive director of the Eclipse Foundation. "As a longstanding supporter of Eclipse and leader in the rich Internet application market, Nexaweb has exemplified complete support of the open source developer community. We're pleased by their continued commitment to RIA development and welcome the company as a member of the Eclipse Foundation."
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Thursday, December 15, 2005
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